MDF enclosure for D2

eviljin
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Why is Sound Advise only charging me 80 bones for this enclosure? Specs are 3/4" MDF, 1.5 cubes sealed. Should I back out of this deal? How simple is it to make this enclosure? Do I need Gnome's expertise to make this box?

 

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A 1.5 cube sealed box isn't hard to make at all. You just need a straight edge, jigsaw/circular saw, drill, screws, wood glue, and caulk. If you have any woodworking experience at all, I suggest making it yourself.

 
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